| Kanoka Club is a real-life article
Kanoka Club is not part of the BIONICLE storyline, which means that Kanoka Club should not be used to support storyline details or other canon sources.
Kanoka Club was a page on BIONICLE.com where BIONICLE fans could play BIONICLE games, see set instructions, and read the story for different years.
A feature on the page is the point system, where fans would enter their Kanoka Codes, and receive points to put things such as backdrops and stickers on a LEGO Club Page. This function has changed to giving members BIONICLE themed stickers for My LEGO Network.
People who bought BIONICLE sets found special codes on the canisters they bought. The codes must be typed in all caps, for example: BIOCODE, not biocode. In 2008, the Toa Phantoka had no codes, but you could get them by winning the corrosponding Toa's level on the Phantoka game on BIONICLE.com.
The Games section is a collection of past games that were hosted on BIONICLE.com.
- Inika Island Assault
- Matoran Escape
- Voya Nui Online Game (VNOG)
- Piraka Attack
- Rhotuka Spinner Challenge
- Stop the Morbuzakh
- Mata Nui Online Game (MNOG)
- Mata Nui Online Game II: The Final Chronicle
As the title suggests, this section is compromised of many different set's instructions.
The Story Archive lets the user view many different pieces of Media for each year of story.
For 2001, a small animation is shown.
Another animation is shown, featuring the Bohrok Swarms.
Yet another animation is the center of attention for the 2003 Media, and, as the years before it, the only Media. It shows the Bohrok-Kal, the Toa Nuva, and other characters that were important in that year's storyline.
Many new features are introduced for 2004. There are Vahki animations, showing the six different types of Vahki chasing Matoran. Before, the animations could only be seen by paying an amount of Kanoka points, but now, since that form of currency has been left behind, they can be viewed for free.
Another section is the CD content, that was featured in the Toa Metru Mini CDs, and are know in downloadable format.
The third section is the Metru Nui City Guide, which is a link to a website that was made to promote a guidebook.
The fourth section is a link to the BIONICLE 2: Legends of Metru Nui website.
The features in this sections included:
- BIONICLE 3: Web of Shadows website link.
- Short CGI movies depicting that year's sets.
- Bios of that year's characters.
- A collection of comics.
- Animations focusing around the Toa Hordika in a quest to find the Mask of Light.
The features for that year's page were:
- Toa Inika bios.
- A link to the Games page.
- CGI Advertisements featuring the 2006 sets.
- Animations focusing on the Piraka and Toa Inika.
- A link to the 2006 comics.
- A large collection of downloads, such as IM Icons, wallpapers, etc.